SUSTAINABLE LIFE AT HOME

Make a difference without
leaving your home

Its a win-win situation for you and mother nature
See how water-saving taps, energy-saving induction hobs can help you save money at home, and how waste sorting can help reduce your impact on the environment.
Waste &
Recycling
Saving Water
Saving Energy
Waste and recycle
Saving water
Saving energy
Waste less, spend less, check out how
Discover how to use less water
Learn how to save on energy
IKEA Waste and recycling solutions
Saving water
Saving energy
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WASTE AND RECYCLING
We have lots of solutions to help with sorting and preventing waste.
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EASY WAYS TO
PREVENT FOOD
WASTE
How jars can help you reduce waste.

Leftovers are great, learn why.

Not only food is recyclable, glass too.

More waste solutions
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Recycling is something everybody can do.

Get creative, we can give you a helping hand!

Adapt to your local recycling system easily.

See how you can save water
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Waste and recycle
Saving water
Saving energy
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EASY WAYS TO
REDUCE
WATER CONSUMPTION
Our bathroom taps that reduce consumption up to 50%
Our kitchens taps that reduce consumption up to 30%
Save the water you use to rinse vegetables for other purposes.
Save energy
learn how
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SAVING WATER
Tapping into more ways to use water
Waste and recycle
Saving water
Saving energy
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SAVING ENERGY
See why we’re making the switch to LED bulbs and lamps
Many homes lose heat through the floors, learn how you can minimize this.
To heat up 2 liters of water on induction hobs versus 10 in a glass ceramic hob.
We made our entire range of fridges and freezers A+ and A++, find out why!
LED bulbs use up to 85% less energy than conventional bulbs
Check out how you can avoid waste and recycle
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Waste and recycle
Saving water
Saving energy
Because you shouldn’t do it all on your own
To help you save money and mother nature, we have put together for you a product list that will allow you to save water, energy and even make waste and recycling more fun!
Sustainable living for everyone
To help IKEA co-workers learn more about what sustainable living really means to the many people, more than 300 were given £450 to choose IKEA products for their homes to help them save water, energy and reduce waste. See what they learnt and how they made a difference everyday.
Seb from IKEA Bristol wanted to reduce his water consumption so they installed new taps and a dishwasher in their maisonette flat.
Helen works at IKEA Dublin. She decided to reduce her energy costs and has purchased new quilts and rugs to help keep her home warmer and heating costs down.